BUS 2101 Introduction to Management in Business, Government, and Not-for-Profit Organizations (4)
How do individuals design, organize, execute, and evaluate activities undertaken to serve customers, clients, and/or constituents? This course introduces students to principles of leadership and management practice. It will consider how one manages oneself, others, and resources in the pursuit of a well-defined purpose. It will acquaint students with the methods managers use to: assess the environment in which the organization operates; design, build, and implement the organization’s capacity to serve; make decisions; and evaluate the efficacy of those decisions.
- Offering: Every Semester